Intel Core i5-4210U Mid-Tier Processor from Previous-Gen Intel Core Lineup
The Intel Core i5-4210U is a discontinued processor, but it is still used in many notebook configurations available on the market. The dual-core i5-4210U from the 4th Generation Intel Core “Haswell” family got replaced in January 2015 with the 5th Gen Broadwell i5. The current i5 CPU line is dominated by the i5-5200U. It offers a slightly better raw CPU performance, as well as somewhat faster Intel HD 5500 integrated graphics instead of HD 4400 on the “Haswell” i5.
Nevertheless, the i5-4210U is perfectly suitable for the daily web browsing, media consumption, Office document editing, and occasional indie and MMORPG gaming. It can be used for some demanding tasks like photo and video editing, too. But if you do these on regular basis, you should get an i7 CPU, preferably with four cores.
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Intel Core i5-4210U
4th Generation Intel Core “Haswell”
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DDR3 1333MHz, DDR3 1600MHz
Intel HD 4400
Mainstream Laptops & 2-in-1 PCs
Intel HyperThreading, Intel QuickSync, Intel TurboBoost, VT-d Virtualization, VT-x Virtualization
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